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Despite the incidence rates, moose do not tend toward natural aggression.
The largest species of the deer family, Alaskan moose are the biggest in the world.
On one occasion, Krige says that Venter got into her car outside his house in the morning to find that her brake cables had been cut.
Venter's father Philip says that during this period the family struggled to sleep at night: "We checked her Facebook every hour to see whether she was still alive. I think the trauma that she experienced must have been absolutely devastating." Philip Venter says that this trauma undoubtedly contributed to his daughter being diagnosed with stress cardiomyopathy earlier this year.
Venter's family claim that her flat was broken into multiple times; the tyres on her car were slashed; she was allegedly assaulted on three separate occasions, shot at, and once even abducted.
But Venter, seen as leading the charge against the SABC, soon began to receive anonymous death threats.
In Anchorage, Alaska, residents' trash has increasingly become moose's treasure.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game recently reported that the moose activity of nosing through abandoned cuisine has steadily escalated in the past 15 years.
March and April are the worst months because the winter food supply in the wild grows scarce and hungry moose lumber into the city in higher numbers. Like humans, moose often turn grumpy when hungry, and if there isn't any food around when they come looking, they're more likely to lash out at someone.
Although moose aren't more dangerous than bears in terms of behavior, they pose a greater threat of injuring you simply because of their population size.